Wychavon No Win No Fee* Claims


Broken Bones and Wychavon ‘No Win, No Fee*’ Claims

Wychavon ‘no win, no fee*’ claims are not just for broken bones or physical injuries, however these are one of the most common injury kinds and can come from all accident types – so you may want to know what your broken bone injury could entitle you to through Wychavon ‘no win, no fee*’ claims or even if it does!

A broken bone will likely come from an accident that has involved both force and speed, such as a road traffic accident. It could also come from physical violence, slips and falls or many different kinds of industrial accidents. 

Where your broken bone happened will have a bearing on both your eligiblity and your Wychavon ‘no win, no fee*’ claims worth. You can see how much you could receive by completing our 30 second test: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk but this will be an estimated figure until our advisors are able to contact you with a more accurate evaluation. 

Road Traffic Accidents

There are around 150 road traffic accidents every single day in the UK. Some are minor bumps and scrapes, but others can be much more serious. If you have done everything correctly, such as wore your seat belt, been alert and not been speeding then in all probability your Wychavon ‘no win, no fee*’ claims going to be successful. 

The range of injuries to come from a road traffic accident is vast. As well as broken limbs, backs and necks you could also suffer with psychological conditions that are often associated with pain that’s long suffered, like depression, stress or anxiety.

Whiplash is also a common injury to come from an accident on the road, and this is apparent in almost 75% of cases. Whiplash can be mild to chronic and at it’s worst it could result in a lifelong disability where mobility will never be the same for you again. 

Broken bones heal, psychological conditions often don’t. 

Discuss your case with the team

Our advisers are contactable around the clock – and without a call queuing system in sight. You can talk to our professional advisers in confidence about your case and receive no pressure to claim as this will always 100% be your own decision. You can be advised of your rights but this is always under no obligation, leaving the decision to claim your own.

We receive over 25,000 enquiries per month from people who just want answers or guidance, as well as those that want to proceed with a 100% ‘no win, no fee*’ claim.

To speak to an adviser today simply call one of the free phone numbers below – depending on where you’re calling from. For land lines the number is: 0800 689 0500 and for those using a mobile phone, your number is: 0333 500 0993.

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